Hendrick Motorsports announced on Wednesday that Alex Bowman, the driver of the No.48 Ally Racing Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 will miss the next three races of the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series championship season as he continues to recover from a concussion he suffered following a recent crash.
Jeff Andrews, President and General Manager of Hendrick Motorsports commented saying:
“We have a tremendous amount of respect for the entire staff at UPMC. “Our priority continues to be Alex’s recovery and long-term health, and we will follow the plan that Dr. Collins and his team recommend. We’re not looking past the next three races and will evaluate plans for the season finale (at Phoenix Raceway) as the event approaches.”
Alex Bowman tweeted on Wednesday afternoon saying:
— Alex Bowman (@Alex_Bowman) October 12, 2022
Noah Gragson, will continue to drive in place of Bowman in the No.48 Ally Chevrolet for this weekend’s race in Las Vegas, Homestead-Miami Speedway on October 23, and October 30 at Martinsville.